Remember My Isa (2013)

Not Rated | | Drama , Family , History
This project is a full feature historical fiction film set in St. Augustine, Florida in the early 1700s. The all volunteer cast and crew are based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and began ... See full summary »

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Kerry Villnuve

Writer:

Kerry Villnuve

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Credited cast:
Gerard Beatty Gerard Beatty ... Bill Brewer
Kristin Bodin Kristin Bodin ... Anne Bonny
David Bueche David Bueche ... Calico Jack
Matt Dupree Matt Dupree ... Makya
Alicia Hanley Alicia Hanley ... Onyx
Ryan Jenkins Ryan Jenkins ... Gavriel
Paul Orr Paul Orr ... James Bonny
Kerry Villnuve Kerry Villnuve ... Isa
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This project is a full feature historical fiction film set in St. Augustine, Florida in the early 1700s. The all volunteer cast and crew are based out of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and began the project as students at Louisiana State University. The story promotes the values of determination and loyalty, with a strong female protagonist who exemplifies what it means to be courageous and strong-minded. With a narrative sprinkled with history, the family-friendly film strives to teach facts while entertaining and engaging the audience. The project was truly one of passion for the cast and crew, who all worked together on a volunteer basis to make this film happen. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Family | History

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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